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Posted by Phil-OR on March 22, 2002 at 18:37:46:

In Reply to: E30 M3 Repair Manual - Is It worth it from Koala? posted by NiCK on March 22, 2002 at 10:25:22:

It is not comprehensive, but covers most major things. All torque values are listed, but sometimes you have to dig, and somtimes you just refer to the generic table. I was able to rebuild the shifter, pull the driveshaft, synch the throttle bodies, set base idle, and redo the intake gaskets based soley on the CD. (Being a wrenchhead helps of course). It did not tell me how to remove the c-pillar panels so I could get them re-upholstered. The color photos are useful and I sometimes refer to them to solve other problems. When I bought it, I could not find a service manual.


Any one have this?

Just wanna know - if i should purchse it or not

Thx





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